The film is built around documentary filming of the incredible stunts of snowboarders – Travis and his fellow friends – in the most remote corners of the earth. The main idea of the film is to overcome the barriers that the extreme untouched nature of the ocean and eternal snows gives. Overcoming impossible without willpower and team spirit.
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When my husband said we would watch The Fourth Phase, I skeptically grunted: Documentary? About sports? Snowboarding? 90 minutes? Well, well …, and then stuck to the screen for an hour and a half and end of captions with off-screen video could not come off.
A delightful sight, the beauty of the water element in all its manifestations was amazingly conveyed: powerful ocean waves, meltwater streams, crystallization of snowflakes, a suspension of raindrops, clouds swirling on the tops of the mountains, a snow avalanche on an untouched slope …
This must be seen, I canÂt convey it in words.
All this magnificence is not only a background for the history of Travis and his friends who gathered to overcome the barriers of eternal snows and expand their own boundaries of possibilities, water is a full-fledged hero of the film, it is fascinating.
Athletes themselves: Travis Rice, Mark Landvik, Eric Jackson and others in different locations and at different times, cause respect and admiration. These are not crazy extreme daredevils, but sober-minded professionals who are in love with the elements and conquering it at the same time prudently and with passion. What they get up, made me squeak and bounce while watching from excitement, surprise and delight.
At the same time, it is honestly said about the difficulties of such a lifestyle, about risks and injuries.
But Travis and his friends can not do otherwise, this is a worldview and a way of self-manifestation in the universe, I even thought of a philosophical parable in everything I saw.
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: 4K (2160p)
English: Dolby Atmos
English: DTS-HD Master Audio
German: Dolby Atmos Dolby Digital
German: Dolby Digital
German, English, French, Italian